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All Your LA Rams Super Bowl Food & Drink Deals

John Johnson (#43) of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates after making an interception in overtime against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship game on January 20, 2019. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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How 'bout that local sports team?

They are called the Los Angeles Rams and they have won numerous contests of strength, speed, skill and head-butting, propelling themselves into the top gladiatorial competition of our age, an event known as Super Bowl LIII.

Do not be confused. This "super bowl" -- which occurs on Sunday, February 3 -- has little to do with dishware, just as American "football" does not feature much in the way of kicking balls.

Nevertheless, as fans of The Sporting, we are entitled to certain inalienable rights, which, for the purposes of this story, will be known as "promotions," "deals" or "freebies."

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In order that we may celebrate the auspicious victories of this ovine-themed team -- and gird ourselves for the battle to come -- let us eat foods and drink drinks of tribute.

P.S. - You are encouraged to inform us of relevant food and drink deals so that we may continue to add to this list.

P. P. S. - The writer of this story is available to provide "color commentary" for any and all local sporting events.

LA Rams-themed donuts from Primo's Donuts in West L.A. (Chava Sanchez/LAist)

Primo's Donuts
Primo's Donuts in West L.A. is making raised donuts shaped like footballs and iced in the blue and gold colors of the Rams. We can vouch for the tastiness of these donuts -- and Los Angeles is a city with a lot of tasty donuts.

Trejo's Coffee & Donuts
The Hollywood donut shop fronted by actor Danny Trejo shows its civic pride with cleverly designed and decorated Rams donuts.

Randy's Donuts
The famous Inglewood donut shop has done itself up in Rams colors. As part of a marketing partnership, they've painted their gargantuan donut yellow and their building blue. They've also hinted that on Wednesday, Jan. 30, they may host some sort of special event or offer some kind of deal.

An L.A. Rams-inspired ice cream cone from CREAM. (Courtesy Bread & Butter PR)

The ice cream chain with a name that stands for "Cookies Rule Everything Around Me," is offering 25% off a Rams-inspired blue waffle cone topped with golden Captain Crunch cereal. You'll also get a 20% discount on customizable ice cream sandwich catering boxes leading up to the Super Bowl.

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Rams-themed mini layer cakes from Cake Monkey Bakery. (Photo courtesy of Cake Monkey Bakery)

Cake Monkey Bakery
The bakery with locations in mid-city and Westlake Village is offering mini layer cakes decorated with Rams colors. They will have some available in-shop and through advance order for $9.50 each.

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken
Astro sweetens game day with a Rams mini-dozen assortment of lemon and blueberry donuts dusted with gold sprinkles and yellow and blue filled doughnuts stuffed with white chocolate pastry cream ($22 a box).

Blue and gold bagels from the Bagel Broker, in honor of the L.A. Rams who are playing in the 2019 Super Bowl. (Courtesy of the Bagel Broker)

Bagel Broker
The bagel shop at Beverly and Fairfax is making blue and gold bagels from Thursday, Jan. 31 through Sunday, Feb. 3. Get one toasted with shmear or pre-order them for your Super Bowl party.

L.A. Rams cookies from Torrance Bakery, circa January 2019. (Organized Island/Twitter)

Torrance Bakery
Torrance Bakery has long made custom cakes, cookies and other desserts that can be decorated to honor the company, person or sports team of your choice. Twitter user @OrganizedIsland says she picked up L.A. Rams cookies here during the playoffs.

Veggie GrillFor a plant-based party, fast-casual chain Veggie Grill is offering a game day feast for $74.95 that includes two orders of Mondo Nachos, hummus with veggies and flatbread, 12 buffalo wings and four "beyond burgers" topped with American "cheese," grilled onions and other fixings. (All of this would normally cost $103.) Preorder online until February 2 then pick it up on game day.

The fully plant-based Asian pub in DTLA will show the game and offering several Super Bowl specials: $6 house wine, $4 rose, $4 mimosas, $8 draft cocktails and $4 select draft beers.

Preux & Proper
This New Orleans-themed bar in DTLA will serve Southern Sunday Brunch with bottomless mimosas ($15/person) until 4 p.m. -- when Happy Hour kicks off. Get $1 oysters and $1 wings in both the bar and the upstairs dining hall. As you watch the game on the bar's four TV screens, you can also order pitchers of cocktails ($45 each) inspired by the Rams and the Patriots. The deals last until 9 p.m.

From 3:30 p.m. until close, Acapulco will offer free nachos during the Super Bowl to guests who say "Go Rams." The free nachos are the Nachos Ultimos, made with picadillo beef, carnitas, shredded beef or shredded chicken. If you're wondering about the strong pro-Cali bias, the restaurant chain opened in Pasadena in 1960. There are still two SoCal locations, in Downey and Glendale.

Mohawk Bend
The Echo Park craft beer restaurant and bar will show the game on its big screen and the other TVs throughout the restaurant. Specials include two chili dogs and a side of tots for $12 as well as $2 off New Original Breweries beers.

Woodley Proper
Woodley Proper in Encino will offer the following specials during the game, halftime included: $7 cheeseburgers, buffalo wings, lamb tacos and nachos and $5 for a shot and a beer.

The game day fried chicken basket from downtown L.A. restaurant Pikunico. (Photo by Kristen Hastings)

DTLA restaurant Pikunico is offering a fried chicken basket for $28 on game day. It includes a dozen fried drumsticks, three housemade dipping sauces and hot sauce. You can also get a larger fried chicken basket that serves 15 to 20 people for $275.

Barrel & Ashes
The Studio City barbecue restaurant is hosting a Super Bowl viewing party in their second floor bar. The $78 entry ticket includes draft beer and a buffet featuring a pig roast, a Frito pie bar, rib tips, brisket, wings, pork rinds, mac 'n cheese, caesar salad, cole slaw, collard greens and their famous hoe cake. You can buy tickets here.

Cosa Buona
Cosa Buona in Echo Park celebrates the big game by offering its "Touchdown Dance" special ($99) all day long, which includes four pizza, a bucket of wings and a 6-pack of Olympia beer. You can order it in advance or at the restaurant.

The Fields LA
This newish food hall next to USC, which has 23 TVs across two floors, will carry its NFL playoff specials into the Super Bowl. From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on game day, yoou can get $4 draft beers and Buffalo wings for $1 apiece.

Dry River Brewing
You can sip on the local, independent craft beer from Dry River Brewing in Boyle Heights while watching the game on a big screen. The game day is $5 saisons, IPAs and house-made kombucha.

Casa Fina Restaurant & Cantina
At Casa Fina in Boyle Heights, happy hour prices will be in effect throughout the game. For $25, you can get a bucket of six beers and a platter of buffalo wings. Reservations are encouraged.

Imperial Western Beer Co.
On game day, Imperial Western Beer Co. in DTLA will offer selected beers for $10 per pitcher, and every $10 pitcher purchase before the game comes with a raffle ticket, with crowlers being raffled off on every touchdown. You'll also get $2 off the crowler menu for to-go/offsite consumption).

Belcampo Meat Co.
Belcampo in Santa Monica is offering a selection of Super Bowl specials for delivery or pick-up, available a la carte or as a party package. They include nachos, pulled pork, chicken wings, beef chili con carne, burger buns and two craft beer bombers. Everything comes in a reusable, insulated Belcampo tote and the whole package costs $89.99.

Brisket from APL Hole in the Wall. (Jakob N. Layman)

If you want to eat a barbeuce feast without doing any of the barbecuing, Adam Perry Lang at APL Restaurant is offering three meaty packages ($175-$225) -- a whole pork shoulder, a brisket or beef short ribs -- that you can order through the Hollywood restaurant's Hole in the Wall window. They all come with pickle salad, cole slaw, baked beans and white bread. You must order via Eventbrite by 3 p.m. on Friday, February 1, then pick them up on game day.

Trencher in Echo Park hosts a watching party with an all-day Happy Hour that includes $5 loco dogs, chicken wings, ribs, cauliflower tacos and fish tacos plus $5 beers, wines and cheap can of the day.

Không Tên
Happy hour pricing at the West L.A. restaurant will start at 3 p.m. and lasy all evening, as the big game airs on the big screen. Stick around for a Sunday supper special that includes a three-course, prix fixe menu for $39. It includes a starter, choice of entree and a dessert.

Cocktails for Super Bowl Sunday at The Parlor, on Melrose Ave. (Tara King/Courtesy of The Parlor)

The Parlor
The Melrose Ave. bar will be offering a special "Gurley Drinks" cocktail menu on Super Bowl Sunday. There's the Ultimat G.O.A.T. (Ultimat Vodka, lime juice and ginger beer), Gronk Juice (rum, pineapple juice, lime juice and simple syrup), That Gurley Drink (Ketel One Citroen lemon vodka, lime juice, cranberry juice and simple syrup) and the Pot O'Goff-ee (whiskey, lemon juice and honey). They'll also pour Rams and Patriots-themed shots.

The Stalking Horse Brewery & Freehouse
The West L.A. brewpub combines traditional Cornish fare with an onsite craft brewery. For the Super Bowl, it has three-packs of crowlers for $20, a $10 burger and beer combo, $4 drafts and a raffle with a grand prize of two crowlers per month for a year.

6th & La Brea
The mid-city brewery and restaurant will be showing the Super Bowl and offering specials including three-packs of crowlers ($20), wings ($9) and a pretzel with beer cheese ($9).

The Westwood brewpub will be offering a game day menu with select $9 food items during the game.

Golden Road Brewing
The northeast L.A. brewpub will broadcast the game on a 14-foot screen set up on the lawn. Watch that game as you eat $9 pretzels and drink $12 pitchers of select beers.

The Tavern
The Brentwood restaurant will offer these treats in its Blue Room from 3 to 9 p.m. A Rams shrimp taco with blood orange-meyer lemon salsa, aïoli and roasted poblano slaw ($15) and a Patriots crab and lobster roll with tarragon, aïoli and chips ($15). To wash them down, grab an Angel City or Victory Prima pilsner ($7 each), depending on which coast's team you want to support.

The Bud Knight hands out Bud Light beer at Chickie's and Pete's on February 8, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images for Bud Light)

Bud Light
Bud Light, one of the many brands owned by Anheuser-Busch, has promised to reward people who live in the winning team's area with its beer. The company announced, on January 13, it would be "brewing up enough for the city that wins the Super Bowl, and we'll be there to celebrate." What does that mean? We have no idea because Bud Light hasn't shared details. But as one Twitter wag noted, "Shouldn't this be more like a punishment for @nyjets and @Raiders?"

El Pollo Loco
The "crazy" chicken chain is offering free fire-grilled chicken nachos with any family meal purchase on Sunday, February 3.

Jack in the Box's Super Jack'd Monday Box. (Courtesy of Jack in the Box)

Jack in the Box
Instead of offering a Super Bowl Sunday deal, the fast food chain has partnered with DoorDash to offer a Super Jack'd Monday Box. It includes10 chicken nuggets, two tacos, one egg roll, one order of seasoned curly fries and a small drink for $6. It's only available on Monday, February 4, while supplies last. You can pre-order the box, exclusively via DoorDash, starting today, January 31.

From Feb. 2 - 4, get $5 off delivery from McDonalds on Uber Eats by using the promo code BigGame19.

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